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February 18th – March 9th, 2012 – Tea Cosies?! – super tea cosies knitted by Loani Prior

Loani Prior calls herself a published knitter. In April her third book, How Tea Cosies Changed the World, will be released in Australia and the UK. The French translation of Loani’s second book, Really Wild Tea Cosies, will be launched at the textile arts fair Pour l’Amour du Fil in Nantes in April where Loani will also be exhibiting her little knitted objets d’art and giving workshops.

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E-Exhibitions’ Archive 2012:


January 28th – February 17th, 2012 – My Colourful Britain – watercolours by John Kay

John Kay – an artist, designer, printer and teacher paints bright and colourful landscapes. This time we invite you to have a walk through John’s Britain: serene countryside, attractive coast and busy town streets.

January 1st – 27th, 2012 – As Close As We Have Got To – photographs by Kristina U. (Decor-Art)You will be impressed with the magical transformation, when plants sustain their colours under a layer of white crystals, as if our Mother Nature has generously sprinkled icing sugar. This, of course, creates a certain mood, a feeling that you’ve unexpectedly been dropped into a tale or have just walked through an old wardrobe right into C.S. Lewis’s Narnia. (To visit this past exhibition please click here.)


E-Exhibitions’ Archive 2011:

The first four Decor-art E-Exhibitions

November 26th – December 31st, 2011 – Fragmented Memories paintings and drawings by Catherine Verrill

Artist’s statement:

“After completing a degree in Fine Art at The University of Reading 1996,  my work has focused on methods for representing individual perceptions and, the distortion that results as these perceptions decay in the memory.

Projection, memory, decay, distortion and fragmentation are all concepts that feature heavily in the paintings and drawings that I create. I draw inspiration from the relationship between man and nature and the organic aspect of the human mind.” (To view this past exhibition please click here.)

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October 22nd – Novermber 4th, 2011 – The South Coast of England – paintings byAnna Wilson-Patterson

Anna Wilson-Patterson paints the haunting landscape between Hastings and Dungeness in the South of England. Shingle shores, vast open skies, punctuated by fishing boats, huts and groynes. (To view this past exhibition please click here.)

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October 1st – 21st, 2011 – I hold it towards you – photographs by Kristina U. (Decor Art Team)

Kristina’s photographs always burst in colour and it doesn’t matter, what the chosen subject is, the mood that prevailed at a certain moment is simply locked in an image. Stunning landscapes, interesting architectural structures and pretty plants: everything what caught her eye turns into a photograph, a proof that there’s no need to search for beauty – it’s all around us. No wonder the images have often been said to be fun to look at or simply reflecting great joy. (To view this past exhibition please click here.)   

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September 10th -30th, 2011Architectural Sketches by Jovita S. (Decor-Art Team) sometimes might look like a tangle of lines, yet they artfully reveal streets and buildings that have caught the artist’s eye while traveling around the world. Archways in the old town of Vilnius, historic buildings in Philadelphia and narrow English streets come to life with the skillfully added colour.

Architectural background (BA and MA in Architecture) helps Jovita to capture the slightest details – unusual windows, tilted chimeys or interesting brickwork, yet her artistic self can’t leave out the natural light or shadows, portraying what it would really feel to end up in one of these towns. (To view this past exhibition please click here.)

One Comment leave one →
  1. Andrew permalink
    September 9, 2011 9:57 am

    Very good, I am looking forward to seeing more exhibitions!

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